The future of Fake News: “Deep Fakes”

The internet user has gone from experiencing primitive websites that contained nothing more than text to semantic one (unlike simpler websites where they would have found answers before). It is characterised by the use of mobile devices and tools such as the “cloud”. It allows us to store our information on the web, without the…

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Christmas Covid

Christmas is threatened by the pandemic: consumers have changed the way they consume, and the plans that were made year by year are left behind, meaning that this time will be largely spent with family rather than friends. The pandemic is having an impact on consumer spending. According to Mintel's COVID-19 Tracker, a quarter of…

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The Kitchen and X Gen

Gen X, i.e. the people born between 1961 and 1979, are now in a position of influence and power. In recent times, this generation has adapted to new lifestyles which prioritise the value of health and the pleasure of food. Generation X envisage luxury as something that allows them to show they are socially responsible,…

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Adulthood in Kids food

COVID-19 has also affected the way kids have their meals. If we look to before the pandemic, children used to eat on the go in between sports and extracurricular activities. Now families are eating at home, creating a new habit where snacks are left to the side,  while comfort food must cater for the whole family.  Top-notch nutrition has become more convenient and accessible, creating new spaces to enjoy cooking. The kitchen is being re-imagined as a playground, where adults and kids can have…

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How would you define the colour of Menstruation?

Although red is the reference colour when talking about menstruation, the truth is that the world of feminine hygiene has been avoiding it at all costs. Feminine products brands such as Always, Ausonia, Mía, Evax, use blue to simulate the menstrual flow in their ads, and in terms of packaging design one can see striking…

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Influencers have changed

Gone are the golden days of the Influencers, when posts announcing a cream or wearing the latest brand name tended to get much more likes. With the democratization of social networks, today’s consumer is looking for more realistic, motivational, and rigorous content to fight against fake news, excessive consumerism, and other such falsehoods. It is not to say that Marketing by Influencers does not work. In agreement with James…

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Better Ingredients, Better Feelings

Reading Time: 2 minutes The second decade of the 2000's have seen a radical change in food trends. With the boomers, food consumption was shifting to new products promoted by multinationals without taking into account their ingredients, but from 2015 onwards a new stage began. The new generations, the millennials and even more the Generation Z, are starting to approach a new concept of healthy nutrition. 

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How Brands can Help Battle Consumer Burnout

The always-on lifestyle comes at a cost. This need to constantly be on fire, be it personally or professionally is causing consumers to experience a new state of depleted physical and mental resources. The Burnout. Burnout is the main cause of a wide number of diseases and why people are leaving companies, changing jobs and…

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Brands’ Ethical Power

What effect does a brand’s ethics have on its consumers, you ask? Well, ethics can be a potentially powerful source of influence when it comes to consumer and their decisions. So much so that if a brand’s ethical credentials are strong, it can do wonders for its sales and on the other hand, if it gets…

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Strategic Brand Collaborations

It’s a pretty competitive market out there, what with a plethora of homogenous products and services available out there for customers to choose from. With so much competition, it is undoubtedly challenging for brands -, and that’s where co-branding comes in - a smart strategy for brands to stay relevant and build customer loyalty. A…

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How to Be an Irresistible BroadBrand

Why podcasts are so popular and how can to learn their tricks to create a magnetic personality for your brand. Imagine entering a chocolate shop where chocolate is served as you like, with the service you deserve and decorations that make you feel at home… What if, in addition, this chocolate shop was different, unique…

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Convenience: The Magic Buzzword to Win Over Consumers

In today’s fast-paced world, convenience matters the most to consumers. It is the single most important factor driving consumer preference for one brand over others. However, just like everything else, the meaning of convenience too has evolved to take on a new meaning in the digital era we live in. In terms of a selling…

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